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codes. if it's not conforming it would have to be renewed. a mere change in copy would no longer be considered a new sign, however change in new copy will still require a permit. stuff is recommending approval with modifications to the proposed ordinance. while the department does realize how we comply, we also believe it could be interpreted too broadly. that it be changed or would require new change. also add in the exception for a change of copy from one sign type to another for example change an identifying sign to a business sign. these i forwarded to you last week. the department has received comments. the department is seeking approval with modifications with how we treat non-compliant signs and helps preserve the in nature of the character and integrity of buildings and would remove unnecessary burdens on business owners and accommodate new tenants. that concludes my presentation. thank you. >> okay. opening it for public comment. former commissioner rob miguel. trisha, alex walker. >> commissioners, ron miguel, first i would like to welcome to the grandparents club. you
copy change. we are hesitant to create more work for the commission as well. it is an interesting idea to make it an exception and that's something we are open to and open to recommendation from the commission to be able to work on that. >> i think i would be in support of that. and not going through the cost of replacing that there is a cost of going through the c u too. that one size fits all may not work. having the zone or commissioner is one way to go. >> the distinctions the city is able to make for people who want signs, these are not general advertising signs. i think that was obviously very important as well. that's something we can continue to work on but my understanding is that is a bit of a challenge. >> the historic issue, with mr. vettel's where that name has been changed over the years and the copy isn't significant anymore but the architectural element, that's one case, but the copy is significant even though they are not the tenant anymore. we wouldn't want someone to come in and change the copy. the historic aspect needs to be looked at where the copies in histo
several meeting with heritage and we had clarifying language. it was never our intent to change that charter required procedure. the original ordinance specified that exemptions that are not noticed would only have 20 days to appeal, which isn't enough time. i agree and we introduced an amendment specifying that the appeal period will begin after notice for a public hearing with a posting on the planning department website of the determination. there is also a provision in the ordinance that would allow for a consolidated notice for large rezonings. we are already getting notice and it would be unreasonable to require an additional separate c-e-q-a notice. and we had provide that had that would apply to any area plans of five acres or more. we changed that to 20 acres or more so we narrowed the scope. i also understand that planning staff is recommending that the deadline to appeal be extended from 20 days to 30 days after that first entitlement and i agree with that change. and i do intend to amend the legislation assuming that the commission recommends it, to extend the appeal
and it can you say not change to legislation. this legislation speaks to projects and folds building permits. what's really interesting we have many times extensions, people will come to get entitlement extensions after they have expired. technically their 3 year period has already passed. i am confused because i have seen entitlements as short as one year and as long as 3 years. can you explain what those are? >> it's confusing. the commission practice only to the interpretation is the generic project to be assigned a 3 year performance period. but they are all handful of particular projects, office projects, projects subject to proposition m where a code mandates 18 month period to actually begin construction. you have a policy in terms to guide us in how to apply that. that's where the time figure comes. particularly hill. our projects that are just because of their own nature you choose to apply a certain performance period that is 8 years, 2 years, 5 years. >> the projects we are talking about that the 3 years. the 18 month projects are not on this list? >> correct. the projects should
is a systemic virus, then the environment has to change so the virus cannot grow and the only way the environment changes is if youth and adults begin to speak with one voice about changing the social norms that allows it to happen. it makes sense to most of us, you have it khaifrpb the social norms. we must educate. but we must go beyond thinking more rigor will get us better achievement. we have to remember a school is a community and in a xhuept, people look out for each other. they've got each other's back. how do we begin to promote that idea that we are in this thing together? we believe it's through, unfortunately but truly, self-interest. kids are driven developmentally by the desire to fit in, to belong, to be part of an affinity group. if we can capitalize on their desire to look out for their friends and give them some more tools and opportunities and support, they will begin to do what we need them to do to at least confront it in their own small cell of social influence and the compounding and leveraging of that begins to make change. so the question we have to as
all get the bulletin that comes out and i saw and read that and i know it was too late to change that we did what we could to get the word out we do want to make sure i think today has been a thoughtful afternoon a lot of excellent suggestions have been made and these points are well taken when we schedule this again we'll make sure it will be available to the industry to all of you before that period of time so some time for thoughtful deliberations in advance. and we'll try to just engage the most thoughtful process we possibly can on this we know it's a very important issue and i believe there's a hearing before the puc a workshop on some of this? >> so on april tenth and 11th the california public utility commission the cpuc is holding a workshop about the regulations that relate to the services we're talking about new online enabled transportation services. they said it would be a 6 months process these workshops on april 10 and 11th will be 930 a.m. each of those mornings on 505 van ness probably go until 430 p.m. is what we're told there should be an agenda coming out a
in and out as well. very diligently to make sure that the resource and the policy changes that are necessary in our community are here. if i could have the department heads also please stand. [applause] thank you very much. so we are going to do a quick change. and we would like to present our next keynote speaker. someone that has done a lot of work in the city and county of san francisco. in terms of reentry programs here in all the communities of san francisco. someone that i very much, that is very much a strong advocate around reentry. and the need for reentry services, i would like to welcome chief adult probation officer, wendy steele. [applause] >> a little shorter. thank you very much. it's such a privilege and honor to be here today to talk about this really important subject. adult probation's goal is to break the intergenerational cycle of incarceration. if we do it where we have the greatest risk and opportunity is with this 18-25 transitional age group. adult probation has undergone a transformation over the last three years. we have learned so much, and diag gasone. and the gr
they will definitely change the complexion of the business, the profitability of the business, but that it is neither going to be a smooth transition for an immediate transition and that is what happens when you make fundamental changes the way companies do business. lori: thank you very much. fedex today around $100. melissa: we're counting down to today's fed announcement at 2:00 p.m. eastern, the fed keeping the money flowing. how the fed chairman stands to get out of all of this. lori: the cyber threat and some south korean banks financial firms here on high alert. melissa: congress may be ready to agree on one thing. how lawmakers are ready to push ahead with the keystone pipeline. are they doing it without the president? first, take a look at metals heading out to break. trading lower on gold and silver, but copper is up 1.3%. we will be right back. friday night, buddy. you are gonna need a wingman. and my cash back keeps the party going. but my airline miles take it worldwide. [ male announcer ] it shouldn't be this hard. with, it's easy to search hundreds of cards and apply on
of changes to domestic tax rates that we have been alluded to that are attractive for those russian companies in cyprus. in terms of the broader solution, whether it is just the changing of the terms of that 2.5 billion euro loan, an extension, another 5 billion which is sensibly would cover most of the money which would have been raised by the deposit tax. i'll put this forward. the more risk there is now associated with companies, countries, individuals holding money in cyprus, surely those companies and countries and individuals will not want to keep their money in cyprus and you're going to risk capital flight the minute those controls come off whether they are russian investors are global investors and more money that leaves the system, the larger the bailout has to be and there is the problem unluck unlocked eu proposal. >> thank you very much. appreciate your time. here's a look at what's happening in markets as we digest news flow. it's green behind me. this goes back to the point people are making when it comes to the crisis. despite the extraordinary nature, we're still looking at a
of neighbors who could not be here tonight. their main concern is actually the traffic situation. the change of child care facility from 15 to 45 kids is tripling the capacity of that facy. there is no parking, there is no loading zone. and, you know, it's changing the church from a church to a day care center to a school. and as i understand there is no staff to manage the drop-offs and pick ups. the neighbors have concerns. they would normally expect outreach about this part of the project and this change to this facility. they would expect a traffic plan. they would normally expect somebody to supervise pick ups and drop offs. james lick, a school up the street, has crossing guards and has a lot of problems with traffic and the interaction of children and the cars around there. there should be some way especially to prevent the back up of the cars which will line up in front of the school to drop off from backing up onto clipper street. clipper street to the locals is known as the clipper freeway, and since i have three accidents to contribute to that opinion, it can be a very dangerous s
will be closely watching for that statement. do you expect there will be any major changes there, larry? > > i don't expect any changes. we have heard a lot and seen a lot of bernanke lately, and today he has three chances to say something. however, i do think we are going to be looking for detail on what is more important to the fed: an expanding balance sheet, or withdrawing or withholding too early? > and i think we would be remiss if we didn't note that the president will be travelling to israel. what will the markets expect from that trip, if anything at all? > > i don't think the market's really building in any sort of expectations given the amount of numbers, the fomc, cyprus going on, really, it just seems not to be a game-changer at this point. > thank you very much. that is larry shover of sfg alternatives. herding cats may be easier than predicting the outcome of what is repeatedly called "a fluid situation," otherwise known as "cyprus." our cover story explores some of the options left after that country's parliment on tuesday rejected a bailout deal that many say would've been no deal
the changes you made were great. it's good to take kind of a giant step back and look at why we are here. i would support it and move to prove. >> second. >> commissioner? >> i would agree with the approval. i think there is a reference in the mission statement. it talks about the neighborhood plans and they are referenced in there already and that's fine without going into details which gets to detailed. i like his statement as it's written. >> on that mission, commissioners to endorse the department's mission and value statements, commissioner aye, commissioners, that motion passes unanimously. and places you under item 8 on timing of project implementation. >> good afternoon, dan with the department staff. this item commissioners is on your agenda today for discussion only for informational item. we are not suggesting that you take action, we are recommending that on april 4th at the public hearing you can consider taking action at that time. and if we can have the screen for a second, mr. secretary. this is the technical title for this item. it's what we, and staff have as an appropriat
, but minor changes that have been proposed are things that have been brought up over the years and we want to just get them down on this piece of paper so that people will know about them in the future. one of the problems initially in developing this thing was that they would have these meetings. the letter would come out, it would go on the plan. then it would be reviewed by the plan reviewer. the plan reviewer -- i don't know, that doesn't really make -- doesn't really agree with that outcome. that causes a major problem because it's already -- the client is commit today that design at that point and based on the letter, and then to have it re-looked at causes a lot of problems. so, we put some wording in here that the plan reviewer should honor that letter because it's already -- supervisors has gone through it and that's been in there for awhile. what we added is the additional time the field inspector goes out, closes the job, looks at the job, and he may not agree with the letter. that is even a bigger problem because the project is already designed, already being built. but languag
're not talking about secular model of reform meaning changes to church teaching on matters such as abortion or birth control. instead they're talking about changes in business management in the vatican towards making the bureaucracy here more transparent, that is both internally and externally, making it clearer who's making decisions and why and also doing a better job communicating with the outside world towards making it more accountable. that is the idea that there ought to be penalties for poor performance and towards making it efficient. the notion being is that there thinking in centuries may have cut it once upon a while but in a 21st century world it simply doesn't do it anymore. that's what these cardinals mean by reform and they have embraced pope francis tasman who can deliver it. whether it plays out in practice that way, of course, remains to be seen. >> brown: is there an expectation that on one key matter the sexual abuse scandals that he has to do something fairly quickly,? whether it's make a gesture or take action? >> well, i think it's very clear to anyone who's been pay
department is not user friendly and that needs to change. regardless of whether or not we're talking about c-e-q-a form, that does need to change. you have to go under the e-i-r section and then look under the categorical exemption, then i do think we should make it more obvious and i think that that's something, i know that our communications team is working on. at this point one of the big issues that seems to be discussed is the first approval versus the last approval. that seems to be the major source of contention between those people supporting supervisor wiener's legislation and those people who do not. in terms of the community planning exemption, i did have a question for the supervisor. projects that would be under the community plan exemption, in this process when would the appeal period begin for that? that's one thing i think would be useful to worry about because i think that's the one area where larger projects would be impacted. >> thank you, sara jones in environmental planning. with community plan exemptions we administer them in the same way as regular exemptions. so, thes
, just tell whausz you want us to be. we'll change for you. just tell us what you want us to do. we'll do it. that's not a political party. that's just a bunch of pandering idiots. is that the nature of ryan priebus effort? we want everybody to vote republican but we don't want it to matter too much to them on abortion and gay rights and cultural values. we don't want those to get in the way. >> i don't think that's exactly what the report did. i honestly -- >> did it mention sany of this stuff? >> i think priebus did a pretty good job saying we have a problem. i think people are going to interpret the report the way they want. one of the things that i thought it was problematic, they never said, look, we we have "x" core values. there's a home for them in the republican party but they never re-established the core values. some of the things relative to the presidential primaries. built in were biases which help wealthy candidates and frankly hurt tee party candidates and libertarians and that's billed throughout the effort. i do think it was a good effort. i think it's just a start. >> i
they changed and wanted to leave the kitchen in the existing structure and not put a kitchen in this big structure in the front. it just doesn't make sense to us. so, that's one point. i don't understand the building being in compliance. i suppose that means it's an accessory building. it fits that specification. it seems odd to me. we didn't pursue the demolition after mr. crock decided it was not feasible financially. we didn't push that. there's -- if there is a remodel of the existing proposed, we haven't seen any plans for that. i don't know if any permit has been or application has been made for that. we haven't seen it, or any notifications to the neighbors of any plans. so, we don't know what's going to go on with the existing building. that's it. >> okay. project sponsor, you have a two-minute rebuttal. >>> i would like to address the concern about the relocation of the kitchen. initially in my original plan when i sent out the neighborhood notification, i did have the kitchen relocated in the front building. but later as i progressed through the progress, i have found out that
.9% of the time there is never a disagreement about whether this is required or not. it's usually a field change that occurs, and now someone sees something different in the field and then that's what comes back. so, i don't want to oversimplify it, but as far as once the decision is made on the code requirement and occasionally a plan reviewer will miss something. there may be a room that didn't show a sprinkler head. it's something simple like that. we say, you need a sprinkler head. we don't look at that as a disagreement with the code interpretation. we're helping expedite and get these plans out as fast as we can. sometimes the plan reviewer argues something, the field inspector catches. we have virtually no disagreement from the contractors or designers on those issues. so, i think that, once again, the main reason something may come back in for discussion is because of a change to the field -- in the field to what may have shown on the plans. >> and that will come back anyway. it won't be overlooked just because the letter of approval. >> right. anything that changes in the field, if it c
. there is no nice way to tell seniors you're changing social security. to tell latinos we're profiling you, we're suppressing your vote. we don't need a smile. we need new policies. thank you for watching. i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. >>> religious war. let's play "hardball." good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. i'm not washington. let me start tonight with this. you can't steer a car with the engine off. it's problem with the republican party today. get rid of the cultural right, abortion and gay marriage, all those began who moving to the republican party over prayer in public school years ago and you kill one giant engine. get rid of the whackos as john mccain cats them and you lose another engine. all the libertarians who just want government out of their face and out of their lives and you kell another engine. try to do what reince priebus is doing right now and you will see the problem, try steering the car with your engine dead. try steering the political party once you kill the motor. you set out to kill the big motors of the republican party itself. for pr
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know what happens sometimes, something is written in law but the attitudes don't change. so that is the human part, that is the part that should have consequences and not be ignored. otherwise the legislation really isn't doing what it's supposed to do, so thank you all very much. i really give a shout out to san francisco unified because they have been very, very on top of this issue, way ahead of the curve. >> thank you, gentlemen, so much. (applause). >> just a couple of comments. we're not going to take a big official break. if people need to get up individually, please do so. we have one more panel then we will take a break, a lunch break, lunch will be served at the table and you will have time at that point to chat with people and to take a break. before we move to the next panel, if i could have your attention, please, i just want to acknowledge some of the people in the room today are our law enforcement partners. and some of them have come almost directly from a funeral yesterday of a fallen hero, kenyon youngstrom, of the california hunters point. i want to
clock would start, and then many changes that developers who we might be concerned about would be brought forward at the end and there would be no chance to question the appeal at the end. also, one of the sections that really concerned us was that all appeals must be heard at a full formal board appeal hearing without exception. that's one thing we are very strong about and that he has not budged on. another is the current practice of allowing new projects to avoid environmental review when they are within a large project that has already received environmental review. and that such boot strapping of new projects into old approvals should be greatly curtailed. i ask that you please consider that your request to supervisor wiener to reach out -- >> sorry, sir, but your time is up. >>> has not worked and please consider -- >> thank you. thank you. >>> good evening, president fong, commissioners, secretary ionin. danny campbell with the sheet metal workers local union 104. first, i must make it absolutely clear that sheet metal workers local 104 stands with the rest of organized
counseling. and their job was to change the culture, very much what we've heard today, change the culture to get rid of the stigma of mental health and understanding that a lot of these kids feel anxiety and stress, they need someone to talk to. they just don't have the perspective that an adult has. >> one of the things that struck me was the boys were interviewed, they knew they were in trouble, but i didn't hear them say i'm sorry, i shouldn't have sent the picture on. >> the three boys were arrested and they complied with a vuft stis program and part of that program was to write a letter to jill apologizing. as one could expect there is a spectrum of responses. some were very, very sincere. some were more concerned that they were caught. they were asked to be part of this video today, it was critical they were involved. i think what is interesting you catch the quote, while i'm the big dog, i got someone naked. i just want to point, that's the culture that was going on, that jill was a possession, a baseball card or a dollar bill. >> has that culture changed? >> yes, i think cass
the resources and what has changed to change the pace. that is what discussion we have with the sponsors. >> from that discussion you learn from supervisors when it becomes none that there is priority on one project? >> absolutely. for the whole process we'll come back to you. with a proposed prioritization methodology and a draft for these conversations. the mechanics of this will say we are doing the baseline now which set for here is how much money is available. then we work with the project sponsors to say, in the next five years what would you like to deliver, that's a conversation that starts with the authority board and which should be the lead to develop for each category. as i mentioned at the beginning of the presentation, some categories have multiple project sponsors. bikes, as an example. the mta can sponsor projects. it no the a retail row. it's the mta to be responsible to meet with cal trans and bart to develop projects. we would invite other interested partners who ma want to coordinate a projector be part of that conversation and also outreach requirements that the spon
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thing is i think with some of the changes that the mayor is proposing -- i'm told, i don't know what those changes are. they might be very positive. but i could foresee the possibility that we might need more staff hours. so, i just think that, you know, if there is a change with the sf housing authority, especially with some of the problems, you know, recently publicized, we might just have to kind of foresee that. commissioner walker. >> yeah, i also know that our partners -- our community organizer partners are involved in this. i see ms. short from housing rights committee. maybe you could talk about your experience. just so the public knows, we contract with several community organizations who do outreach to all of these different tenant communities. and you probably hear firsthand more than we do and what we heard recently, i think everyone is familiar with the general problems, both aging building structures and deferred maintenance and, you know, et cetera, the housing authority and the fact that that's led to a lot of repair needs for tenants. i think in the buildings, you k
the changes and the constant very brnt area. it gets crowded up here. i'm glad to join president chiu and the other supervisors who are supporting this neighborhood. all over the city we have 11 of these cb ds thought the city and 5 entire districts. the latest one i want to thank the board for the district that is raising their own money that can really compliment the downtown moscone. the neighborhoods i enjoy just as much because the neighborhood are constantly working to find ways to improve. i'm glad to see public works that helps get the permits done for those parks that have been here for 26 years and having funny; right? >> and that's at the way it should be. we have fun where we live and it's always a great investment to have the agencies working together with the neighborhoods association and the community benefit districts to improve and constantly change and improve the streets and uses of the streets as we try to support our neighbors. this makes our city great. i want to recognize scott wiener and david is working along broadway and trying to create the newest and fresh
you change the hearts and minds of people. where you try to change cultures, try to change the norms in the community are and certainly in our office we devote significant resources to this. just a couple of examples. we have something called the parent project, and i am very grateful in a time of really reduced funding our board of supervisors stepped up and provided funding for otherwise what was run on a shoe string out of our office, and it's a program that teaches parents to be better parents and parents get referred this program through schools, through police department, through their churches and some of the behavior that we see in schools are behavior they are learning at home, so we try to address this through this project. we offer it all over santa clara county and in english and spanish and vietnamese and that is one example of what we do. a second initiative we are working to make happen is something called "school link services" where there's all of these different resources floating out there to help children, to help young people, but often it's not centralized in
obtaining a nuclear weapon. not just to contain, but to prevent. do you foresee, martin, any change from the administration towards iran either in action or tone? >> i would imagine that the administration does not want any change for the time being. and i would just like to add to your introduction. i'm not sure it is true to say israel trust the united states completely. they need to say that they do and they need to believe the united states because they are still -- that serves a lot of questions being asked and that is one of the key issues that the two leaders will be discussing. netanyahu will be asking obama, prove to me, show me, that you really will take military action if necessary, if economic sanctions and diplomacy do work then you can stop iran from getting a nuclear bomb. israel really is an skoesten shl issue. that is a question in israel's mind. whether the united states will change its policies at the moment, of course, that will depend on progress in iran. and there is real progress. the question is in iran, how close are they actually to in terms of enriching uranium
satisfying to city residents. the city transit system like the city itself would have changes during the san francisco earthquake. the transition that will pursue from this aftermath would change san francisco's transportation system once again. facilitated by city boss, abe ruth, ushering in the electric city car. the writing was on the wall. the clammer had begun for the experiment including public transit people. owned by the people and for the people. the idea of a consolidated city-owned transit system had begun traction. and in 1909, voters went to the polls and created a bond measure to create the people's railway. would become a reality three years later. on december 28, 1912, mayor sonny rolph introduced the new geary electric streetcar line and the new san francisco railway. that he said would be the nucleus that would host the city. and san francisco gave further incentive to expand the city's network. a project by way of tunnel leading into chinatown by way of north beach. in december the first streetcar was driven into the tunnel. just two years after its berth, muni had added t
of chemical weapons being moved around or utilized. that would change my calculus, change my equation. >> sean: was that red line crossed today in syria? how will these events impact the president's trip to israel? helping me answer the questions and much more, colonel oliver north and juan williams, gentlemen, welcome back to "hannity." >> sean. >> sean: let's go country by country. north korea threatens to nuke us. they have a new video out showing them blowing up our capital. what has obama done, nothing. china cyber warfare and stealing our secrets, what has obama done, nothing. iran's advancement with nuclear weapons, nothing. and russia flying over air space, nothing. and syria, nothing. only thing i see the president doing kissing the back side of a muslim brotherhood leader morsi giving him 250 million in and jets. what's he going to do. >> i guess diplomacy don't appeal to you, and working with our allies doesn't appeal to you. no, what appeals to you, sean, is go to war. >> sean: i didn't say go to war. i asked you a question, what has he done, not a thing. russia with weapons over o
radiation levels around fukushima daiichi have not changed and say the system's mechanism that cools the melted fuel in reactors one, two and three has not been affected. >>> researchers in japan have come up with a tool that could help people in many countries reduce the risk of a leading cause of death. they've created a formula to calculate the chances of having a stroke. all people have to do is answer seven questions. fujita health university professor hiroshi yatsuya and his colleagues studied 15,000 men and women across japan. they looked at their daily habits and health data. then they came up with seven factors linked to strokes, such as smoking, obesity, diabetes, and blood pressure. using these factors, people in their 40s to 60s can determine the possibility they'll have a stroke in the next decade. they can also find out the condition of their blood vessels. for example, a 50-year-old diabetic male smoker with other health problems faces a risk of 12% to 15% and he has the blood vessels of an 85-year-old. professor yatsuya says he hopes the formula will encourage people
marriage but now she, too has changed her opinion. >> i do not support gay marriage but i support civil union. >> lgbt americans are our league colleagues, our teachers, our soldiers, our friends, our loved ones. and they are full and equal citizens and deserve the rights of citizenship. that includes marriage. that's why i support marriage for lesbian and gay couples. >> bill: but, what? 9 years ago she didn't. with us now to analyze alan colmes and monica crowley. this is all about evolving, i understand from colmes. evolving. we are evolving. >> everybody is evolving now. evolving is the new black, right? look, this is a very slickly produced video. it's clear she is running for president. if she weren't running for president 2016 there is no reason for her to make this. >> bill: to evolve. >> make this dramatic announcement at this point in the cycle. >> bill: do you think it's phony? i mean, was she back in 2004 really did she believe that a man and a woman should be sacrosanct in marriage and now she doesn't or is this another hollow politician changing their mind? >> i don't know
with a little bit of specifics about where and at what point the data is collected. that has not changed any of the data that was required to be collected under the electronic trip data requirement that have been around for a couple of years now. >> to clarify director hienicke, a through k, on pages 59 and 60, you will find the exact same items being struck from the previous section and page 53. it is exactly the same items that you previously approved that are currently logged to be provided. we are changing the requirement, the provider from the color scheme to the dispatch service. as director -- said, adding the real-time requirement to make the application work. >> and the real-time requirement, not all of this information is going to have to be entered in real-time by a taxicab driver, the number of passengers, what else is a driver going to have to enter? >> the only thing the driver would enter is a number of passengers, and using the vehicle number. (overlapping speakers) whether a vehicle is available or hired as a status of legal information that would have to be pushed out of
. reform and opening night has changed the destiny of our country, and this year, hundreds of millions of peasants out of poverty. it is also changed the course of many individuals, including me. now, they had the responsibility of reform has fallen on the shoulders of our generation. we will do our best to make sure that the dividends of reform will reach everyone in our society. so that the elderly will enjoy their old age, and the young will be full of hope, and our country will be full of vitality. [speaking chinese] [speaking chinese] >> translator: i don't have time to talk more about my personal experience, but in my life, through reading, through handling various matters, and through my cultural upbringing, i've learned the following, which is to follow a great way, to put the people first, and to benefit all under heaven. you cannot find these exact words in any classical works. these are things i have learned in my life. i'm convinced that only by being upright in conducting oneself, and only by being fair, in handling affairs, can one benefit, the country and benefit the peo
making this up in an area where we have large major changes in the downtown area like the district plan. we have projects which were an approved in the absence understanding what that means altogether. i think we need to look at these projects again, bring them back and decide whether or not their physical appearance architecture and do and don't do the district what we want. the district boundaries are only lines in the sand. they don't mean anything because in the end everything has to work together. i would try to distinguish by location, size of project and understanding as to whether or not they are 8 years, 5 years or 3 years over due. the one thing i'm very concerned about and that's i would personally like to verify, if a title has been sold, in 9 percent of the case, they would have to come back to this review. the projects that are approved mostly are today being sold on the appearance of architecture and on the elusion that we see it explained here. that's not the case. i have witnessed on my time projects are flipped and a new architecture and they were different from what
. in other neighborhoods things have changed and then the neighborhood said we should add a few more restaurants along chestnut street, for example. i think we should allow more restaurants along filmore and those evolved when the neighborhood complained about the proliferation of bars and restaurants. and then five or 10 years later things have evolved. and people are saying, that's then and this is now. and we need to re-examine it and change it. and what i think what commissioner hillus is trying to do, maybe we cannot anticipate the change. but maybe in five years it will have changed and we can re-examine the situation at that time. commissioners may i respond to one point that commissioner sugaya made. how to craft this legislation is language the lines of operators and how existing operators are performance in -- performing in an area. the concern of a ban you are not giving an opportunity -- only the existing operators who could be bad operators in some cases can be open. and you are setting up the ban. we are not addressing the bad operators but preventing good operators in
. the subtle colors change gradually depending on the light and the time of day. >> i wanted to create an art work that looks over time as well as working on in the first glance. the first time you come here, you may not see a. but you may be able to see one side over the other. it features a couple of suspended sculptures. each was created out of a series of flat plains run parallel to each other and constructed of steel tubing. >> it is made up of these strata. as the light starts to shift, there is a real sense that there is a dynamism. >> it gives the illusion that this cultures might be fragments of a larger, mysterious mass. >> the environmental artwork livens it with color, light, and the movement. three large woven soldiers are suspended. these are activated by custom air flow program. >> i channeled air flow into each of these forms that makes it move ever so slightly. and it is beating like a heart. if-0 when as of the forces of nature moving around us every second. >> shadow patterns reflect the shapes of the hanging sculptures. the new terminal also features a children's play area
. there has been some in the short run with unemployment changes and growth during this recovery and time is for unemployment has fallen relatively quickly even though growth has been more limited, so we have to monitor developments in the economy and see what happens. our projections for unemployment in the fourth quarter are noticeably lower than they were in september when we first announced the asset purchase programs, so there has been improvement in the outlook as measured by that metric. so you're right, we do need to see a sustained improvement one month, two months doesn't cut it. and normally you would expect that you would need to see a reasonable pace of gdp growth in order to achieve that, so we will just have to keep providing support for the economy and see how things evolve. >> dow jones newswires. in a stress test the fed recently conducted, there was an adverse scenario and similar adverse scenario, you publish results from individual banks under the severely adverse but you didn't under the nearly adverse scenario which featured inflation shock. so i have a two-part que
, fiscal follies in the united states. what did it take to change the fed's view of where the economy is, and specifically change its view of buying bonds or the level of interest rates? >> i think we'd have to see some dramatic changes in europe in the fiscal situation in the u.s. to make them feel comfortable. but there's less of that extreme risk that's going to hit. also we'd have to see a lot more data that the recovery in, for example, the labor market, has really taken root. you saw the green shoots before, a few months of more than 200,000 private sector jobs being created. but then, things kind of wilted. and never really took root. and the fed had to do more. i think they're going to be really wary of pulling the punch bowl away too early. they're going to want to make sure that those green shoots are firmly rooted and can probably withstand the chicago winter. >> randy, you talk about looking at the data, there is so much data that you can examine. for you, and especially as a former fed governor, what's the most important piece of data? is it the job market? >> i think it's e
to growing up in a challenged community around such as bayview hunters point. but she wants to change that. she wants to change the fact that often women, not just women of color, are sometimes considered to be invisible and silent. so, instead she is inspiring young girls to embrace the challenges and she's helping them to develop self-confidence so that they are able to see themselves as future leaders. and, so, how could i not honor a woman like this? ladies and gentlemen, it is a pleasure to introduce to you again marlena jackson, my honoree. [cheering and applauding] >> i think first it's my honor to thank all of you, and especially thank malia cohen for honoring me. sometimes i kind of felt overwhelmed because i did not take this in. i have my dad crying over there and i haven't started yet. [laughter] >> but, you know, sometimes when you go throughout your day and you sometimes face barriers and you say to yourself, well, how can i be a visionary for my community? how can i make change in my community? and, so, that was really my inspiration for wanting to start my own organization,
reasons for our health care costs keep going up because we have not changed the way patients and doctors see each other. we must be innovative and creative in tackling the traditional costs of health care. as a representative representing silicon valley, i have helped lead the way in this by promoting innovative technologies such as telemedicine, personal health connective devices and other tools. i will be reintroducing the health care innovation and marketplace technologies act later this year to continue this effort, and let's hope folks on the other side will understand its importance. most importantly, however, i will continue to stand with my friends here in the chamber tonight to protect medicare and the medicare guarantee. we can fix our nation's fiscal house by being innovative rather than using the same old ideology. we can improve our nation's standing by being courageous and standing by our nation's seniors. i want to thank you and i yield ack. mr. bera: i thank my dear friend and colleague, congressman honda, from california. the reason why we are speaking on the floor today
something because of a rule change you're going to get hurt anyway. >> the new rule goes into affect next season. from here out the term heads up football takes on a double meaning like never before. in san francisco, wayne freedman abc 7 news. >> nfl owners voted today to eliminate the tough rule, one of the most-criticized rules in nfl history certainly by raider fan who's grimace every time we pull out this video. it changed the raiders fate when a fumble by tom brady would have sealed a playoff win was ruled an incomplete pass. that started their super bowl dynasty. the new rule states if a quarterback loses control of the ball before protecting it after opting not to throw, it's a fumble. which we knew 11 years ago. today raiders tweeted adios, tough rule -- tuck rule, way too late. >> okay. but it's happening now. right? >> yes. it's now. >> yes. >> listen to this. the world's premier sailing event is just weeks away. and some residents are hoping to make big bucks by renting out their home autos yes. carolyn tyler shows what $25,000 a month will get you. >> julie and peter have eve
weapons moving around or being utilized. that would change my equation. >> sean: as that red line crossed in seara. how will these dramatic developments impact the president's trip to israel? joining me now is colonel oliver north and juan williams, welcome back to "hannity". >> good evening. >> sean: juan let's go country by country. north korea threatens to nuke us. they have a video showing them blowing up our capitol. what has obama done? nothing. china, they're stealing our secrets. what has obama done? nothing. iran's advancements of nuclear weapons? nothing. russian flying over american air space? what happened. nothing. the only thing i see this president is doing is kissing the backside of the muslim brotherhood leader by giving him $250,000 taxpayer dollars and f 16 jets what. is he going to do about these acts after gregs? >> you know, i get diplomacy don't appeal to you. i guess sanctions don't appeal to you. what appeals to you is going to war. >> sean: i said asked you a question. what is he going to do, juan? >> okay. let's take a look at iran. we've imposed sanctions and s
really don't like each other. could this be an opportunity to change that or at least move it in the other direction? >> listen, chris, we have watched this dysfunctional relationship ever since the president was elected. there's no doubt that netanyahu preferred romney over obama in the last election. but the fact of the matter is, the president understands as well as netanyahu that the two of them are facing what essentially is israel's greatest peril in the next year, and that is iran's potential nuclear weaponization. and both countries are tied at the hip inso far as what happens to iran. if iran decides to proceed, well, both israel and the united states might find themselves in a conflict against iran. and so there's got to be a better relationship between these two men. not only with respect to iran, but also with respect to israel's growing challenges on its borders, particularly in lebanon with hezbollah in the south with gaza and egypt and, of course, with syria. the last thing that the united states wants is for netanyahu and the israeli people the belief that t
ago. and so i think this really changes the dynamics of the discussion in the u.s. >> let me just play -- you mentioned the words red line. here's what president obama has said. here's why this news, not just from a humanitarian perspective but whether or not the united states military will get involved, this is why chemical weapons is so important. here's the president. >> we have been very clear to the assad regime, but also, to other players on the ground that a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical movement around or utilized. that would change my calculus. that was change my equation. >> general, does he make a mistake when he set so clearly what red lines are? people want them. if someone crosses it, you are forced to act. >> i don't think it's a mistake. i think it was a clear warning, both to assad and to his russian supporters that they can't do this. now, if the russians have an influence with assad, they better rein him back in. we talked about diplomacy and linkage with the russians. i didn't talk about the military option but there's a range of milit
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